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Đề thi TOEIC rút gọn ngày 10/03/2021

Thời gian làm bài: 31 phút

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PART 1

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PART 2

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PART 3

6. What are they talking about?
7. Why does the man think the work was done professionally?
8. Why are they complimenting a co-worker?
9. What are the speakers mainly discussing?
10. What does the man imply when he says, "you spend more time with your team than I do"?
11. What does the man advise the woman to do next?
12. Who most likely are the speakers?
13. What are the speakers talking about?
14. What does the woman say about Mark Peterson?

PART 4

15. What is the meeting about?
16. Look at the graphic. What percentage of customers want a large screen?
17. What does the speaker imply when she says, “It has always been our policy to go along with what our customers want the most”?
18. Why is the speaker surprised?
19. What does the speaker mean when he says, "I'm sure you've heard of her"?
20. What is Dr. Jenkins currently working on?

PART 5

21. A train is not so _____ as a bus.
22. Mr. Ebihara will go to the meeting room and make sure everything _____ set up at least one hour before he presents his proposal to the new clients.
23. All temporary workers are paid on an hourly _____ and receive no benefits.
24. _____ numbers of former customers were maintained in the database for six month as part of the company's standard procedure.
25. Before you can enter the building, you must show _____ your passport and your airline ticket, so have them ready.
26. The government spokesperson announced that about 15 percent of the surplus would be _____ to inner-city schools throughout the country.

PART 6

Questions 27 - 30:

Reading text:

To: Jacques Nouveau (jnouveau@frmail.com) From: Scarlet Jaeger (sjaeger@frmail.com) Subject: Business Recommendation

Hi Jacques, it was good to hear from you again. From your message, you seem _____(1) about which location you should choose to open up your new café. I have a few things you should consider before making a final decision. First off, there is the downtown location. It’s close to businesses and a university, so there’s a lot of _____(2) for customers. However, since your brand isn't known yet, you'll need to do a lot of advertising and _____(3). I think it’s a bit risky. Why don’t you try a small version of your shop a little bit away from the downtown area first? _____(4). If things go well for you there, then you can consider opening a downtown location as well. Feel free to contact me if you have any more questions.

Sincerely,

Scarlet Jaeger

Business Consultant

27. (1)
28. (2)
29. (3)
30. (4)

PART 7

Questions 31 - 33:

Reading text:

Did you know that you don't ever have to go to the bank again? At MegaBank, you can do all of your banking electronically, and you will never have to come to a branch office. Here's how:

Direct Deposit:
Ask your employer to deposit your paychecks directly into your account each month. By doing so, you will no longer have to come to the bank to deposit the checks yourself.

ATM:
Withdraw cash or make additional deposits at convenient Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) around the country with your MegaBank card and PIN.

Telephone:
Use the MegaBank automated operator to make transfers between your accounts or check account information.

Website:
MegaBank's website is so versatile you can check the status of all of your accounts and get money market information twenty-four hours a day.
So save yourself time and energy. Join MegaBank and do banking the easy way.

31. Which of the services allows an emmployer to deposit an employee's checks into the employee's account?
32. Which of the service allows account access all day long?
33. What does MegaBank offer to its customers through its services?
Questions 34 - 37:

Reading text:

Tips for shopping through the mail

Every year, thousands of people successfully order goods from mail order catalogs. However, some more unfortunate individuals find that the goods they ordered look nothing like the pictures, arrive damaged, or don't arrive at all. Here are some tips to help protect yourself when you shop through the mail.

. Before placing your first order, ask around. Have your friends or family used this catalog before? How was their experience? Were they satisfied with the goods and service? Would they use the company again?

. Read all available information, including the return policy. Look for companies that offer a no-questions asked return policy. Check whether you will have to pay postage if you need to return goods.

. Always include shipping costs and sales tax in the final price when comparing costs. In some cases, the shipping costs can really add up. Make sure you know exactly what you are paying for.

. How long will you have to wait for your order. If you need something in a hurry, shopping by mail might not be the best option.

. Keep records of your orders, including the catalog name, address, telephone number, and the date that you placed the order. Of course, you should also keep track of items ordered, operator name, and expected date of delivery.

. If you encounter any problems with a mail-order company, contact a consumer advocacy group. You can easily find telephone numbers for such groups in the telephone directory or on the Internet.

34. What should be included in the final price?
35. What should a buyer keep record of?
36. When could it be a bad idea to buy something through the mail?
37. Who should you contact if you have problems?

PART 7

Questions 38 - 42:

Reading text 1:

12 Buffalo Lane
Buffalo, New York

April 18

Bill Hipster
Epson Pharmaceuticals
157 health Valley Dr.
Chicago, IL

Dear Mr. Hipster,

My name is Dr. Ivan Rigby, and I am a professor of Molecular Biology at Illinois State University (ISU). I am writing on behalf of Melvin Tobin, who I believe would make an excellent candidate for the Research Aide position your company is offering this summer.

Melvin is a junior at ISU, and for the last three years he has consistently received the highest grades in his class. Last year, he submitted a research paper, "Mapping the Human Genome," which was published in The Scientist, one of the most prestigious science journals in the country. Recently, Melvin was awarded the Scientific Research Award for his outstanding work in the field of molecular research.

Despite his busy academic schedule, Melvin manages to find time to volunteer at the local elementary school (teaching science of course!), and write for the campus newspaper, ISU News. He is friendly, compassionate, and hardworking, and he is destined for great things. I feel strongly that this young man would be a great addition to your company.

Sincerely,

Dr. Ivan Rigby

Reading text 2:

August 20

Dr. Ivan Rigby
Department of Molecular Biology

Dear Professor Rigby,
I would like to express my gratitude for the recommendation letter you wrote to Epson Pharmaceuticals and I apologize for the lateness of this letter conveying my thanks.

I have learned more in my brief role as an Assistant Laboratory Technician than I have in all three years at ISU. As you may have noticed, the company was unable to hire me for the position that you recommended because it had already been filled, but I have really enjoyed working as an assistant technician instead. I only have three more weeks before I return to ISU, but the company has already asked that I join their team after I graduate!

They are offering me the position of Laboratory Technician and assigning me to work in the division that researches medication for patients recovering from heart surgery. In addition to an excellent salary, they are also offering me free housing on the Epson Campus, which is located just three miles from Lake Michigan.

Despite recent allegations that the company is producing drugs that do not meet federal standards, I feel this is a great opportunity to work for the largest pharmaceutical company in the country. Thank you once again for helping me get this wonderful opportunity. I look forward to attending your classes next semester.

Sincerely,

Melvin Tobin

38. Why is Dr. Ivan Rigby sending the letter to Bill Hipster?
39. Which of the following was NOT mentioned about Melvin Tobin in the first letter?
40. What will Melvin receive if he accepts the full-time job offer?
41. What happened to Epson Pharmaceuticals recently?
42. What can be inferred about Melvin's position at Epson Pharmaceuticals?

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